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TUG/IBM Special Offer!

REGISTERDay-Long RDi Workshop at IBM Labs for less than $300

AGENDA - AT- A - GLANCE – Thursday, October 1, 2009:

 Preliminary Agenda:
  • Intro to Rational tools and RDi Presentation
  • RDi getting started Hands-on lab
  • RDi Edit/Compile/Debug Presentation
      Lunch (included)
  • RDi Edit/Compile/Debug Hands-on lab
  • RDi Working with Application diagram viewer Presentation and Screen Designer
  • RDi App diagram viewer or Screen designer Hands-on lab

Admission: $285 for TUG members ($385 for non-members)



One day hands-on workshop for RDi with Claus Weiss

TUG and IBM Rational are pleased to offer a one-day hands-on workshop on Rational Developer for i, on Thursday October 1st at the IBM Toronto Lab, in Markham.

In this workshop we’ll overview the powerful features available to RPG/COBOL developers in Rational Developer for i and show you some tips and shortcuts that will make migration from the old tools to the new tools much faster and easier than you thought possible. With  Rational Developer for i, developers have a tightly integrated edit, verify, compile, and debug toolset for native development that leverages their existing PDM / SEU skills while also providing more advanced application development features common in today’s Integrated Development Environments (IDEs).

This workshop will include lectures and hands-on labs delivered by Claus Weiss from the IBM Toronto Lab. You’ll get a look at the key features of Rational Developer for i, including the Remote Systems Explorer, the integrated debugger, and new Visual Development tools like the Application Diagram and Screen Design tools. Once you become comfortable with the new toolset, you’ll be in a much better position to take future steps towards application modernization, as needed by your business. The skills learned while using the Rational Developer for i can easily be transferred to other IBM Rational tools for Java, Web, WebFacing, HATS, Web Services, XML, and EGL development as well as software change and configuration management.

We think this one-day workshop on Rational Developer is just what you need to see the benefits you’ve been missing and see how easy it really is to get there! Register online at www.tug.ca/t_agenda.html


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